As modern science strives to catch-up with the technological marvels of the ancient world, the evidence and research becomes ever more stupefying. Our notions of human evolution and civilization timelines are being turned upside down like never before. From the massive blocks in Lebanon, to the Dogu, small humanoid figures found in Japan resembling Aliens, to the astonishing stonework at Puma Punku and much more, explore the artifacts that continue confounding scientists and archaeologists alike
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